This doesn’t paint a pretty picture for Aaron Ramsdale, who has chosen a really bad time to slump. Meanwhile, David Moyes is justified…
James Maddison is proving to be a bargain for Tottenham, in a list otherwise dominated by Manchester City players.
Six teams have now won a Premier League game from behind this season, but Liverpool have done so three times already.
Man City top five Premier League teams – including Luton – yet to drop points from winning positions
Five Premier League teams haven’t yet dropped any points after taking the lead this season, which isn’t in every case the good news it might sound…
Brighton continue to embarrass Manchester United, while Richarlison and Liverpool’s attack thrived. But Chelsea and Sean Dyche have to do so much better.
Bruno Fernandes was the most creative Premier League player of 2022/23 but faces stuff competition this season.
Every Premier League club’s worst season this century – in honour of Man Utd and their quest to avoid theirs.
What has happened to Casemiro? The Man Utd midfielder was given the runaround by Brighton, and he makes the Premier League’s worst XI alongside an Arsenal striker shackled by Everton…
Erik ten Hag is moving rapidly up the list but it’s Sheffield United who are tipped to blink first with an old manager lurking.
No Premier League team is televised more often through to mid-November than Tottenham, but TNT Sports hate West Ham and the evidence is clear to see.
The first goalless draw of the season had to involve Chelsea, whose grand masterplan is producing far more questions than answers under Mauricio Pochettino.
Chelsea were held to a goalless draw by Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium, which was the first 0-0 in the Premier League this season.
We have chronicled every single Premier League transfer this summer – even the ones completed after deadline day.
Big clubs having a horrible time is always funny for everyone else and, most importantly, big news for our Premier League mood rankings.
Mauricio Pochettino has given an injury update on six important players as he looks ahead to Chelsea’s clash away at Bournemouth on Sunday.
Fifty Premier League summer signings are yet to make their debut, including the last piece of the Liverpool midfield jigsaw and some Chelsea talents.
Man City and Newcastle won’t be waving any of their players off in the New Year for AFCON or Asian Cup duty. But Forest will lose loads, and two absentees ...
Simple qualification rules. Zero full international caps. Can have been in squads and even on the bench. Unless they’ve got a cap, they’re eligible.
Liverpool ‘leading’ Tottenham, Newcastle in race to sign Prem star after failed £20m deadline day bid
Liverpool are reportedly among the clubs in the race to sign AFC Bournemouth defender Lloyd Kelly, who is also being pursued by Tottenham Hotspur.
Even if they are talking, Kylian Mbappe remains a problem for PSG with his contract due to expire in less than a year. Here are 19 other stars in a ...
Manchester United could have parked Jadon Sancho in Saudi for the season but a ridiculous demand scuppered the deal. Also: Liverpool offered £100m for another Prem midfielder…
There are plenty of summer signings in our ranking of all 20 No. 2 goalkeepers in the Premier League. Dean Henderson refuses to leave this list.
Eight record Premier League signings have been broken this summer, with Arsenal the most high-profile.
Forty-four names is down to 17 on the bomb-squad list, but Spurs still have two big earners to shift.
Avoiding deals like Sangare to Forest, here is a team of players involved in a bizarre Premier League transfer that we simply can not comprehend.
Roughly €500m separates Arsenal and Manchester United as we rank Premier League clubs based on the profit/loss of their market vs purchase squad value.
There was enduring brilliance from David Brooks and Joe Worrall, while Arsenal never stop believing. Chelsea, Newcastle and Aston Villa have some problems.
Bryan Mbeumo cancelled out David Brooks’ first goal of the season as Brentford and Bournemouth shared the points in the Premier League.
Chelsea raked in more than anyone else in Europe – but still way below the amount they spent on Todd Boehly’s summer trolley dash. Deadline day catapulted two clubs into ...
Liverpool striker Mo Salah could yet move to Al-Ittihad in the next week, especially if the Saudis are prepared to make the Egyptian star the world’s most expensive player…